,Brent oil rose 41 cents to settle at US$64.98 a barrel. U.S. crude rose 59 cents to settle at $61.56 a barrel.(File pic shows drilling for oil in Russia)
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NEW YORK: Oil prices rose nearly 1% on Monday after Reuters reported that Russia would support stable oil output from OPEC+ ahead of a meeting with the producer group later this week.
Futures had fallen earlier in the session on news that a container ship in the Suez C *** blocking traffic for nearly a week had been refloated.
Brent oil rose 41 cents to settle at US$64.98 a barrel. U.S. crude rose 59 cents to settle at $61.56 a barrel.
"The market is looking beyond the Suez C *** and focusing on the upcoming OPEC+ meeting, where we're getting strong indications they're going to rollover the output cuts," said Phil Flynn, senior *** yst at Price Futures Group in Chicago.
Russia will support broadly stable oil output by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and allies including Russia (OPEC+) in May, while seeking a relatively *** all output hike for itself to meet the rising seasonal demand, according to a source familiar with Russia's thinking.
Sources told Reuters last week that they expect a decision similar to the last meeting when OPEC+ meets on April 1 to decide output policy.
Russian oil and gas condensate output increased to 10.22 million barrels per day (bpd) in the period March 1-28 from 10.1 million bpd in February, two industry sources familiar with the data told Reuters, broadly in line with Moscow's plans.
At the Suez C *** , live footage on a local television station showed the ship Ever Given surrounded by tug boats moving slowly in the centre of the c *** on Monday. The station, ExtraNews, said the ship was moving at a speed of 1.5 knots.
However, disruptions in the global shipping industry could take weeks and possibly months to clear, top container shipping lines said.
"The market will soon realize that despite the positive news, even if Ever Given leaves the C *** within days, some leftover downstream ripple effects should be expected in the meantime," said Louise Dickson, oil markets *** yst.
Limiting price gains, some European countries struggling with increased COVID-19 infections have tightened lockdown restrictions, and fuel demand across the continent remains weak. England's stay-at-home lockdown order, though, ended on Monday. - Reuters